The Kingdom-Driven Family

Building a Home That Serves Christ and His Kingdom

Why is it understood that to be a good mechanic, physician, or pilot, it takes preparation and training?  Yet, when it comes to running a household, all-too-many women think they will figure it out as they go along. In this podcast interview, neurodevelopmentalist Kay Ness talks about ways to better manage a Kingdom-drive family in …

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Among the fondest memories of my childhood were our Saturday morning trips to the public library. I loved being around all those books stacked on beautiful shelves nested in mahogany-paneled walls. So it was not really surprising that, early on in my homeschooling career, we made frequent trips to the library and I would allow …

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My nearsightedness can be easily be traced to my father, whose myopia was genetically passed on to me. It has been said that if a person is deficient in one of his senses, the other ones are sometimes amplified to make up for it. Well, that may explain why I have a heightened olfactory sense.  …

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Many women claim that they are just too busy to put serious reading into their schedules. By serious reading, I mean books on a variety of subjects that will improve a woman’s ability to run her household better. A woman’s response to a problem or crisis that arises in her household will be enhanced to …

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